Series: 2001 Nights

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2001 Nights, Volume 1: The Death Trilogy Overture by Yukinobu HoshinoOmnibus 01
2001 Nights, Volume 2: Journey Beyond Tommorow by Yukinobu HoshinoOmnibus 02
2001 Nights, Volume 3: Children of Earth by Yukinobu HoshinoOmnibus 03
2001 Nights, Number 1 by Yukinobu Hoshino01
2001 Nights, Number 2 by Yukinobu Hoshino02
2001 Nights, Number 3 by Yukinobu Hoshino03
2001 Nights, Number 4 by Yukinobu Hoshino04
2001 Nights, Number 5 by Yukinobu Hoshino05
2001 Nights, Number 6 by Yukinobu Hoshino06
2001 Nights, Number 7 by Yukinobu Hoshino07
2001 Nights, Number 8 by Yukinobu Hoshino08
2001 Nights, Number 9 by Yukinobu Hoshino09
2001 Nights, Number 10 by Yukinobu Hoshino10

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Series description

2001 Nights is a science fiction manga series largely inspired by classic hard science fiction, consisting of several loosely connected short stories, all taking place in the same timeline, with the whole series spanning several hundred years. Many of the stories are related to each other (even across books), each building upon the achievements of the previous ones.

The series was first published in the U.S. as ten thin volumes. They were then collected in three omnibus volumes.


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